(Inspired by but not limited to A Course in Miracles Teachings (1st Edition), Mind Science, New Thought, Metaphysics, Yogic Philosophy, Quantum Physics, Eastern Thought, and writings by Paramahansa Yogananda)
I am not alienated in experiencing the effects of my perceptual faculties because all minds are joined and unified, only appearing to be separate, seeing through what seem to be individual eyes of different physical bodies and their individual visual cortexes.
Am I seeing with the personal egoic-ahamkar and its body sense of sight, of which there really is only one mass, collective ego, or from Christ-Atman-Buddha-Krishna Mind-Vision? In all cases it is always one or the other from which I see or seem to perceive.
There is one holographic mind, of which all the apparent separate parts are contained within the whole. Therefore, in the appearance or experience of one mind is the one experience of a joined mind. Again, there is the ego-ahamkar mind fragment or the God Mind of which I am One with. My Real Will is to see through God Mind. But in the forgetting process of separation that began long ago, and continues in space and time today, it appears that I have an individual will fighting to assert itself and to interpret everything my physical body’s eyes see.
These ideas for today further emphasize that the vibrational thought-wave-frequencies that are the cause (not the effect) of what I see or seem to perceive are not in any case without positionality or insignificant in any way. My personal ego-mind-matrix is not the Real mind with which I am One in all ways. Today, I will ponder not so much what I see, but rather how I see it.
To practice the idea, I will look around and select random subjects gazing on them long enough to utter the words: “I am not alone in solitude in experiencing the effects of the way I perceive ______.” Then I will finish the practice of today’s idea by saying aloud: “I am not alienated in experiencing the effects of my perceptual ego-body-mind faculties.” I will do it for a minute, maybe slightly less.
The experience of being alienated or feeling in solitary confinement only seems to apply to my identification with a separate set apart individual self. Alienation or aloneness doesn’t mean anything, because as mentioned in reality my Mind is One. In fact there is never another mind. Only in the way I see through a separate, seemingly split-off fragment or an illusory mind, there appears to be a “me” surrounded by an outside world. The limited solitary mind is just a fantasy in this dream of being separate from Divinity. In Reality my mind is limitless and my seeming experience of a separate self in a world outside me is an hallucination. It isn’t happening. Not now in the Holy Instant. Not ever. It never happened. Aum. Peace. Shanti. Amen.